NEMA’s Electroindustry Business Confidence Index (EBCI) for current North American conditions slipped to 37.5 in June, a decline of 10.5 points from a month ago.
The index has trailed the 50-point threshold — a level indicative of deteriorating industry conditions — in each month since November 2007. Over that period, index values have moved in a relatively tight range between 27.3 points and 48 points. The EBCI is a monthly survey of senior executives at electrical manufacturers publ
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